York's Children's Studies Program is a 120-credit, direct-entry, interdisciplinary Honours BA degree program, which also includes Double Major, Major/Minor, and Minor degree options. Based in the Department of Humanities and Faculty of Liberal Arts & Professional Studies, the Program consists of core courses in Humanities and additional child-related courses throughout the University.
The Program explores the experiences of children and adult constructions of childhood throughout time and across cultures, adopting a "childist" (child-centered) and children's rights approach that recognizes children as subjects in their own culture.
News & Events
- March 29-30 ::: Children's Studies Student Research Conference
- CHST Course List Summer 2014, Fall/Winter 2014/15
- CHST Supplemental Calendar 2013-14
- Advising Hours and Checklists
- Program Brochure